Session No. 187 Wednesday, October 30, 2002

8:00 AM-12:00 PM, Colorado Convention Center: Exhibit Hall
Paleontology/Paleobotany (Posters) II
 Paper #Booth #
187-134DEVELOPING PALEONTOLOGICAL RESOURCE MONITORING STRATEGIES FOR THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE: KOCH, Alison L.1, SANTUCCI, Vincent L.1, and MCDONALD, H. Gregory2, (1) National Park Service, P.O. Box 592, Kemmerer, WY 83101, alison_koch@hotmail.com, (2) Geologic Resources Division, National Park Service, P.O. Box 25287, Denver, CO 80225, Greg_McDonald@nps.gov
187-235GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK PALEONTOLOGICAL SURVEY: TRACY, Krisha Hansel, Biology, Georgia College & State Univ, 107 Walker Drive, Milledgeville, GA 31061, khansel77@hotmail.com.
187-336RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS OF A WEB-BASED PALEONTOLOGIC DATABASE FOR FLORISSANT FOSSIL BEDS NATIONAL MONUMENT: MEYER, Herbert W.1, LUTZ-RYAN, Linda2, WASSON, Matthew S.1, COOK, Amanda1, KINCHLOE, April E.1, and DRUMMOND, Boyce A. III3, (1) Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, P.O. Box 185, Florissant, CO 80816, Herb_Meyer@nps.gov, (2) National Park Service Intermountain Region, P.O. Box 25287, Denver, CO 80225, (3) Colorado Natural Heritage Program, Colorado State Univ, 254 General Services Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523
187-437REGIONALLY EXTENSIVE MASS KILL OF LARGE ORTHOCONE NAUTILOIDS, REDWALL LIMESTONE (LOWER MISSISSIPPIAN), GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, ARIZONA: AUSTIN, Steven A., Geology Department, Institute for Creation Rsch, Santee, CA 92071-2833, saustin@icr.edu and WISE, Kurt P., Bryan College, Box 7585, Dayton, TN 37321-7000
187-538MIDDLE CAMBRIAN TO UPPER ORDOVICIAN STRATIGRAPHY AND PALEONTOLOGY ALONG THE CHESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK, WESTERN MARYLAND: BREZINSKI, David K., Maryland Geol Survey, 2300 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21218, dbrezinski@mgs.md.gov, REPETSKI, John E., US Geol Survey, 926A National Ctr, Reston, VA 20192, and TAYLOR, John F., Geoscience Dept, IUP, Indiana, PA 15705
187-639PROSPECTING FOSSILS FROM A DISTANCE: A STRATEGY FOR PALEONTOLOGICAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATION: PALERMO, Jaclyn M., Environmental Science Program, DePaul Univ, 2325 N. Clifton Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614, jaclynpal@yahoo.com, PARKIN, Jennifer A., Department of Biological Sciences, DePaul Univ, 2325 N. Clifton Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614, SHIMADA, Kenshu, Environmental Science Program and Department of Biological Sciences, DePaul Univ, 2325 N. Clifton Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614, and SCHUMACHER, Bruce A., USDA Forest Service, 1420 E. Third Street, La Junta, CO 81050
187-740CD-ROM ARCHIVES- "REPORT UPON THE EXTINCT VERTEBRATA OBTAINED IN NEW MEXICO BY PARTIES OF THE EXPEDITION OF 1874," BY EDWARD D. COPE, WITH MULTIMEDIA ANNOTATIONS: MCKINNEY, Kevin C., U.S. Geol Survey, Denver Federal Center, MS 913, Denver, CO 80225, kcmckinney@usgs.gov, CHANEY, Dan S., Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Nat History, Smithsonian Institution, DC, WILLIAMSON, Thomas E., New Mexico Museum of Nat History and Sci, 1801 Mountain Road, NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, twilliamson@nmmnh.state.nm.us, and TEDFORD, Richard H., Vertebrate Paleontology, American Museum of Nat History, Central Park at 79th Street, New York, NY 10024
187-841A NEW OCCURRENCE OF VERTEBRATE TRACKWAYS FROM THE LATE PALEOCENE (BULLION CREEK FORMATION) OF WANNAGAN CREEK, NORTH DAKOTA: HANKS, H. Douglas1, LYSON, Tyler R.1, TREMAIN, Emily S.2, ROBERTS, Jennifer E.3, ERICKSON, Bruce R.4, and HAIRE, Scott A.5, (1) Marmarth Research Foundation, P.O. Box 5, Marmarth, ND 58643, dhanks9185@aol.com, (2) Dept of Geology, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN 55106, (3) Dept of Geology, SDSMT, 501East St. Joesph St, Rapid City, SD 57701, (4) Paleontology Dept, Sci Museum of Minnesota, 120 Kellogg Blvd West, St. Paul, MN 55102, (5) Education Department, Sci Museum of Minnesota, 120 Kellogg Blvd. West, St. Paul, MN 55102-1208
187-942AN EARLY CRETACEOUS THEROPOD FOOT FROM SOUTHWESTERN ARKANSAS AS A POSSIBLE TRACK MAKER IN CENTRAL TEXAS AND SOUTHWESTERN UTAH: HUNT, ReBecca Kathleen, Department of Geosciences, Univ of Arkansas - Fayetteville, 113 Ozark Hall, Fayetteville, AR 72701, dinochick_rkh@hotmail.com.
187-1043A NEW OCCURRENCE OF THE REPTILE TRACKWAY NOTALACERTA MISSOURIENSIS FROM WESTERN INDIANA: MONKS, Joe, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Purdue Univ, West Lafayette, IN 47907, Monksj@purdue.edu.
187-1144UPPER DEVONIAN CRAWLING TRACE PRODUCED BY LOBE-FINNED FISH, CATSKILL FORMATION, WYALUSING, PA: ELICK, Jennifer M., Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Susquehanna Univ, 514 University Ave, Selinsgrove, PA 17870, elick@susqu.edu and INNERS, Jon D., Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 3240 Schoolhouse Road, Middletown, PA 17057
187-1245STRATIGRAPHIC RANGE AND BIOSTRATIGRAPHIC UTILITY OF THE CRETACEOUS SHARK GENUS PTYCHODUS: JOHNSON, Sally C.1, LUCAS, Spencer G.1, and FRIEDMAN, Virginia2, (1) New Mexico Museum of Nat History and Sci, 1801 Mountain Road NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, sbuna@unm.edu, (2) Geosciences Department, Univ of Texas at Dallas, 2601 N. Floyd Rd, Richardson, TX 75083-0688
187-1346DEVELOPING ESR DATING FOR SHARKS' TEETH: TOWARDS A NEW GEOCHRONOLOGICAL METHOD FOR SEDIMENTOLOGICAL AND PALEONTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS: CHADERTON, Donovan A. II1, BLACKWELL, Bonnie A.B.2, BLICKSTEIN, Joel I.B.1, SKINNER, Anne R.2, MAISEY, John G.3, and DIVJAK, Mimi N.1, (1) RFK Science Research Institute, 7540 Parsons Blvd, Flushing, NY 11366, (2) Dept. of Chemistry, Williams College, Williamstown, MA 01267, (3) Division of Paleontology, American Museum of Nat History, 79th St. & Central Park W, New York, NY 10024-5192
187-14Paper Withdrawn
187-1548FOSSIL FISHES FROM THE LOWERMOST GREENHORN LIMESTONE (UPPER CRETACEOUS: MIDDLE CENOMANIAN) IN SOUTHEASTERN COLORADO: PARKIN, Jennifer A., Department of Biological Sciences, DePaul Univ, 2325 N. Clifton Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614, PJAbsolut@aol.com, PALERMO, Jaclyn M., Environmental Science Program, DePaul Univ, 2325 N. Clifton Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614, SHIMADA, Kenshu, Environmental Science Program and Department of Biological Sciences, DePaul Univ, 2325 N. Clifton Avenue, Chicago, IL 60614, and SCHUMACHER, Bruce A., USDA Forest Service, 1420 E. Third Street, La Junta, CO 81050
187-1649A SURVEY OF NON-TOOTH CHONDRICHTHIAN HARD-PARTS FROM THE LOWER NAVESINK FORMATION (MAASTRICHTIAN) IN MONMOUTH COUNTY, NEW JERSEY: BECKER, Martin A.1, EARLEY, Ryan J.1, and CHAMBERLAIN, John A. Jr2, (1) Department of Physics and Geology, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ 08628, becker@tcnj.edu, (2) Department of Geology, Brooklyn College and Graduate School of the City Univ, Brooklyn, NY 11210
187-1750A NEW PELECANIFORM BIRD FROM THE GREEN RIVER FORMATION (EOCENE) OF WYOMING: GULAS-WROBLEWSKI, Bonnie Electra, Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy, Univ of Chicago, 5801 South Ellis, Chicago, IL 60637, bonnie.gulas@yale.edu and UIBREASLAIN, Seaghan, Geology Dept, Univ of Wyonimg, Larimie, WY 82071, seaghan@uwyo.edu
187-1851BIOSTRATIGRAPHIC AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF CAMARASAURUS (DINOSAURIA, SAUROPODA) FROM THE MORRISON FORMATION: IKEJIRI, Takehito, Geosciences, Fort Hays State Univ, 600 Park St, Hays, KS 67601, ikejiri_t@hotmail.com.
187-1952MEMBRANA TESTACEA OF TITANOSAURID EGGS FROM AUCA MAHUEVO (ARGENTINA): DESCRIPTION, SIGNIFICANCE, IMPLICATIONS, AND PRESERVATIONAL INTERPRETATION: GRELLET-TINNER, Gerald, (1) Department of Earth Sciences and (2) Department of Vertebrate paleontology, (1)USC and (2) Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, 900 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90007, ggrellet@nhm.org.
187-2053CRETACEOUS DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS OF HERBIVOROUS DINOSAURS AND VASCULAR PLANTS: USING MAP SEQUENCES TO EXAMINE CO-EVOLUTIONARY PATTERNS: LECKEY, Erin H. and TIFFNEY, Bruce H., Geological Sciences, Univ of California Santa Barbara, Webb Hall, Santa Barbara, CA 93106, leckey@geol.ucsb.edu
187-2154CLIMATE AND ECOLOGY OF AN EOCENE PLANT-HERBIVORE ASSEMBLAGE: HODGKINS, Jamie and SMITH, Dena, CU Museum of Natural History, Univ of Colorado, Campus Box 265, Boulder, CO 80309, jamie.hodgkins@colorado.edu
187-2255UPPER TRIASSIC PALEONTOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY IN THE ALEXANDER TERRANE, KEKU STRAIT, SOUTHEAST ALASKA: KATVALA, Erik C.1, STANLEY, George D. Jr1, and BLODGETT, Robert B.2, (1) Geology, Univ of Montana, 32 Campus Drive #1296, Missoula, MT 59812, erik@croatoan.org, (2) Dept. Zoology, Oregon State Univ, Corvallis, OR 97331
187-2356BIOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE CRETACEOUS (MAASTRICHTIAN) NORTH HORN FORMATION, PRICE CANYON, CARBON COUNTY, UTAH: DIFLEY, Rose L., College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum, 451 E. 400 N, Price, UT 84501, difley@sisna.com.
187-2457A NEW FOSSIL RODENT FROM THE HOLOCENE OF BONAIRE, NETHERLANDS ANTILLES: MCFARLANE, Donald A., W. M. Keck Science Center, The Claremont Colleges, 925 North Mills Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711, dmcfarla@jsd.claremont.edu and LUNDBERG, Joyce, Department of Geography, Carleton Univ, Ottawa, K1S5B6, Canada
187-2558CARNIVORE BREEDING DEN, WHITE RIVER OLIGOCENE: DIBENEDETTO, Joseph N., Geological Sciences, Univ of Texas, El Paso, 111 W. University Ave, El Paso, TX 79902, joe@geo.utep.edu.
187-2659PHYLOGENETIC INTEGRITY AND RELATIONSHIPS OF TRICONODONTIDAE (MAMMALIA): WILBORN, Brooke K., Department of Geology and Geophysics, Univ of Oklahoma, 100 East Boyd, Room 810, Norman, OK 73019, paleochick@ou.edu and CIFELLI, Richard L., Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Univ of Oklahoma, 2401 Chautauqua Ave, Norman, OK 73072
187-2760SILURIAN ACRITARCHS FROM THE AMAZON BASIN, NORTHERN BRAZIL: CARDOSO, Tereza Regina, Estratigrafia e Paleontologia, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro-Faculdade de Geologia, Rua São Francisco Xavier 524 bloco A, sala 2032, Rua Anajamirim 16,casa, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil.21921-230, Rio de Janeiro 20550-013 Brazil, teregina@ruralrj.com.br.
187-2861ABNORMAL ACRITARCHS: A TERATOLOGICAL CASE FROM THE LLANDOVERY/WENLOCK BOUNDARY IN THE AMAZON BASIN, NORTHERN BRAZIL: CARDOSO, Tereza Regina, Estratigrafia e Paleontologia, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro-Faculdade de Geologia, Rua São Francisco Xavier 524 bloco A, sala 2032, Rua Anajamirim 16,casa, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil.21921-230, Rio de Janeiro, 20550-013, Brazil, teregina@ruralrj.com.br and RODRIGUES, Maria Antonieta Sr, Estratigrafia e Paleontologia, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro-Faculdade de Geologia, Rua São Francisco Xavier 524 bloco A, sala 2032, Rua Anajamirim 16,casa, rio de Janeiro,Rj, Brasil.21921-230, Rio de Janeiro, 20550-013, Brazil, tutuca@uerj.br
187-2962MICROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PALYNOMORPHS OF THE MIOCENE CLARKIA LAKE SEDIMENTS, CLARKIA, IDAHO: WHITE, Jesse1, REMBER, William2, and WILLIAMS, Thomas J.2, (1) Dept. of Geological Sciences, Univ of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844-3022, jessegeology@hotmail.com, (2) Dept.of Geological Sciences, Univ. of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844-3022
187-3063COLORADO PALEOCENE SILICIFIED GYMNOSPERM YEILDS FIRST IN SITU STYRENE—A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY PARTIAL, CHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION: KAY, Paul T., P.O. BOX 18848, Denver, CO 80218-0848, ptarsuskay@yahoo.com.
187-3164THE IRATI FORMATION OUTCROP IN PASSO SÃO BORJA (UPPER PERMIAN, PARANÁ BASIN, SOUTHERN BRAZIL): PALEOBOTANY, PALYNOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY: ALVES, Laureen Sally da Rosa, Departamento de Paleontologia e Estratigrafia, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - UERJ, Rua São Francisco Xavier, 524/2032-A, Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro 20550-013 Brazil, Lara@uerj.br.
187-3265PALYNOFACIES AND THERMAL MATURATION OF EARLY PALEOZOIC ROCKS IN SOUTHERN MISSOURI: PRELIMINARY COMPARISON BETWEEN THE REELFOOT RIFT AND ADJACENT PLATFORM: CORBETT, Michael E., OBOH-IKUENOBE, Francisca E., and GREGG, Jay M., Department of Geology and Geophysics, Univ of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, MO 65409, mec@umr.edu
187-3366MICROBIALLY INDUCED SEDIMENTARY STRUCTURES AND PRESERVATION OF EDIACARAN-LIKE FOSSILS IN THE BOSTON BAY GROUP, MASSACHUSETTS: BAILEY, Richard H., Department of Geology, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115, R.BAILEY@NEU.EDU and FLETCHER, Kathryn E., Department of Geology, Northeastern Univ, Boston, MA 02115
187-3467ONTOGENETIC DEPTH AS A COMPLEXITY METRIC FOR THE CAMBRIAN EXPLOSION: ROSS, Marcus R., Geology and Geological Engineering, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, 501 E. St. Joseph St, Rapid City, SD 57701, marcus.ross@gold.sdsmt.edu and NELSON, Paul A., The Discovery Institute, 615 Milwaukee Avenue, Glenview, IL 60025-5636
187-3568TRILOBITE BIOSTRATIGRAPHY ACROSS THE BASE OF THE WHITEROCKIAN SERIES (ORDOVICIAN) FOR THE PROPOSED GSSP AT WHITEROCK CANYON, NEVADA: LOCH, James D., Earth Science, Central Missouri State Univ, Warrensburg, MO 64093, jdl8804@cmsu2.cmsu.edu.
187-3669ARTICULATED SPONGES FROM THE EARLY CAMBRIAN HETANG FORMATION IN SOUTH CHINA: HU, Jie1, XIAO, Shuhai2, and YUAN, Xunlai1, (1) Nanjing Institute of Geology and Paleontology, Nanjing, 210008, China, algae@jlonline.com, (2) Department of Geology, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118
187-3770A REVISED ORDOVICIAN GRAPTOLITE BIOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE PHI KAPPA FORMATION AT TRAIL CREEK, CENTRAL IDAHO: CONE, Miles1, MITCHELL, Charles E.1, GOLDMAN, Daniel2, MALETZ, Jörg1, and JANOUSEK, Hilary2, (1) Geology, Univ at Buffalo, SUNY, Buffalo, NY 14260, mrcone@acsu.buffalo.edu, (2) Geology, Univ of Dayton, 300 College Park, Dayton, OH 45469
187-3871NEW LATEST ORDOVICIAN (RAWTHEYAN AND HIRNANTIAN) CRINOID FAUNAS FROM ANTICOSTI ISLAND, QUEBEC, CANADA: AUSICH, W.I., Department of Geological Sciences, The Ohio State Univ, 125 South Oval Mall, Columbus, OH 43210, ausich.1@osu.edu and COPPER, P., Department of Earth Sciences, Laurentian Univ, Sudbury, ON P3E 2C6, Canada
187-3972BIOSTRATIGRAPHIC CONSTRAINTS ON THE TIMING OF VALLEY INCISEMENT AND DEPOSITION OF THE LOWER MISSISSIPPIAN BLACK HAND SANDSTONE OF OHIO: KAMMER, Thomas W., Geology and Geography, West Virginia Univ, Morgantown, WV 26506-6300, tkammer@wvu.edu and MATCHEN, David L., West Virginia Geol and Economic Survey, P.O. Box 879, Morgantown, WV 26507-0879

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